Water recycling can decrease diversion of freshwater from sensitive ecosystems

Plants, wildlife, and fish depend on sufficient water flows to their habitats to live and reproduce. The lack of adequate flow, as a result of diversion for agricultural, urban, and industrial purposes, can cause dete rio ration of water qual ity and ecosystem health. Water users can sup ple ment their demands by using recycled water, which can free considerable amounts of water for the environment and increase flows to vital ecosystems.

Copyright 1994, Mono Lake Committee In California, Mono Lake's water quality and natural resources wereprogressively declining from lack of stream flow. In 1994, the Los Angeles Department ofWater andPower was required to stop diverting one-fifth of the water it historically exported from the basin. The development of water recycling projects in LosAngeles hasprovided a way topartially offset the loss of Mono Basin water, and to allow the restoration of Mono Lake to move ahead.

Copyright 1994, Mono Lake Committee In California, Mono Lake's water quality and natural resources wereprogressively declining from lack of stream flow. In 1994, the Los Angeles Department ofWater andPower was required to stop diverting one-fifth of the water it historically exported from the basin. The development of water recycling projects in LosAngeles hasprovided a way topartially offset the loss of Mono Basin water, and to allow the restoration of Mono Lake to move ahead.

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